Peter Blanck, BBI chairman, quoted in Time article about web accessibility
June 26, 2019
Peter Blanck, chairman of the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, was quoted about the web accessibility in the Times.com article “None of the 2020 Presidential Candidates' Websites Are Fully Accessible to Disabled Voters.”
"Because the Americans With Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 just as the Internet was coming into existence, there are no regulations explicitly describing what private businesses must do to make their websites comply. There are rules for government websites, but it’s not necessarily clear whether presidential campaigns would count as governmental or private entities for this purpose"
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